At the end of each year, we normally feature the new restaurants, expositions, and bonnes adresses that enliven the Paris landscape, but most of us couldn’t pay a visit to any of these beloved places this year. So instead, we brought the best of Parisian and French culture to your home. Here’s a rundown of… …read more

Acclaimed pastry chef, cookbook author, and blogger David Lebovitz’s Paris is multicultural, tight-knit, and deliciously creative—a more down-to-earth side of the city that often goes unnoticed. …read more

We are officially on day 15 of lockdown in Paris — and I’m trying hard not to count! Here is a little roundup of good French recipes for your next confinement dinner. …read more

The five best food apps for discovering restaurants and pastry shops around Paris. Le Fooding, Patricia Wells’ New Food Lover’s Guide to Paris, La Fourchette, BIM, and Paris Pastry with David Lebovitz …read more

It is hard to believe that yet another year has come to a close, and in ringing in 2015 we find ourselves both grateful for the year past and eager for all this new year will bring. While looking ahead to 2015, we would like to give a nod to some of our favorite Paris… …read more

Emily Dilling and Erica Berman sat down with famed chef David Lebovitz inside his (actual) Paris kitchen to get some insider details on the inspirations for his latest cookbook, My Paris Kitchen.We’re also giving away a copy of the book to one lucky reader! For your chance to win, see instructions at the bottom of… …read more

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Dinner Series & Mike Fleming I have a friend who travels for the museums, spending each day snapping photos next to ancient art, otherworldly architecture, and every single monument she comes across. All I can say is: pfft. While I adore her, if you’ve seen one thousand-year-old building, you’ve seen them all, right? Okay, I’m… …read more

Carin Olsson Paris. The city of romance. With picturesque cafes on almost every corner, countless bridges crossing the Seine begging for twilight strolls and stolen glances, architecture that dazzles for days, and the omnipresent accordion harking back to sweeter, slower days, how could you not fall in love? In a day no less. And we’re… …read more

Barbra Austin – Girl’s Guide to Paris My boyfriend recently informed me that he had made a dinner reservation: “Someplace new… someplace I think you haven’t heard of.” “That’s not possible,” I replied, and I meant it. For the past six weeks, in preparing to launch a new website, I’ve been following the restaurant press… …read more

Erica Berman– Bonpoint Boutique Paris rue de Tournon There’s no doubt about it: Parisian kids have a good thing going on. They’re well-dressed, well-fed and, by virtue of being French, are destined for terminal coolness. I used to spend afternoons at a little park in the 5th where the same group of schoolchildren always had… …read more

David Lebovitz, one of our favorite food bloggers, has written a great account of the “Community Supported Agriculture” (CSA) scene in Paris… Photo: David Lebovitz Text by David Lebovitz About a year ago, I was having supper in a friend’s apartment and everything we ate was simple, and tasted really good. He’d lived on a… …read more

Photo: linternaute.com What is it about France that makes me feel like it’s OK to drink an entire bottle of wine at midday? I guess it’s the fact that there are so many places that make it easy—almost impossible not—to do just that. My hands-down favorite spot in Paris for a boozy Sunday lunch is… …read more